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Training to stop Rx drug crime; Video: How to win an ambush attack

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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this month's eNews, Dave Smith offers tips on how to give your trainees feedback that matters. Betsy Brantner Smith tackles the sticky subject of gender-based training and explains how it actually might make better cops.

Lastly, Loraine Burger relates a case study where two companies came together to offer police officers training in stopping prescription drug crime.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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The Winning Mind

How to give your trainees feedback that matters

By Dave Smith, P1 Columnist
When watching a good trainer, the one thing that becomes obvious right away is their ability to tell the trainee how to do better in whatever skill is being learned or improved. How do they do it?
Survival Insights

How gender-based training can make us all better cops

By Betsy Brantner Smith, P1 Columnist
Police trainers have the responsibility to be open-minded and informed so that they can give all of their students — male and female — the best possible training experience. Aren't all cops equal?
Perspectives on Policing

Training to stop prescription drug crime

By Loraine Burger, P1 Staff
Police fight to keep pace with the theft and consumption of drugs, a pattern that varies. Two companies have come together to help agencies nationwide by showing them what to look for and providing the tools that can help.
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